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No Mo MoMo…

May 18, 2011

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Sophomore Arizona Wildcat Lamont “MoMo” Jones has decided to transfer from the program. This blow comes as a great shock to most every Arizona Wildcat fan across the nation, as MoMo was a team leader, floor general, and a great energy booster for the Wildcats. He took over the reigns as starting point guard this […]

Derrick Williams Declares for the 2011 NBA Draft w/ Intentions to Hire Agent

April 13, 2011

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Derrick Williams has officially decided to forego his final two seasons at he University of Arizona and has indicated intentions to sign with an agent for the 2011 NBA Draft. Williams is slated to go anywhere from the 3rd to the number one overall selection in the upcoming draft. He led the Wildcats in points […]

Commissioner Ruling 006/007

April 2, 2011

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Ruling: 006 – Cheap shots when your team is losing significantly, or not, have no place in sports. 007 – The NBA whistle-happy referees with their new technical foul policy need to be flogged at the “discretion” of someone else as an appropriate response to their lack of “discretion.” Evidence: 006 – Dallas Mavericks’ Jason […]

Arizona Basketball Roster Speculation: 2011-2012 Season

March 30, 2011

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Goody! Goody! It is never too soon to start the speculations! As of right now, there are two discussions to have, one assuming Derrick Williams leaves for the NBA and one hoping he stays. With Derrick Williams, the roster is as follows (Assuming next years grade levels)… MoMo Jones (Jr. – PG) Jordin Mayes (So. […]

2010-2011 University of Arizona Basketball Season Reflection

March 30, 2011

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Living in the wake of a stinging Elite 8 loss at the hands of UConn, most Arizona fans are still healing. But, if in September of 2010, you were to tell me that Arizona would have a 30 win season, be the Pac-10 regular season champions, make it to the Elite 8 and that Derrick […]

Elite 8 Match-Up Analysis: Arizona v. UConn

March 25, 2011

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At the beginning of this season, hopes were not too high. Arizona fans were hopeful just to get back into the NCAA Tournament for the first time missing it in a quarter century. March was an awkward month for Wildcat fans just a year ago. However, in a miraculous defibrillation of the Arizona program, Coach Sean Miller […]

Arizona Jukes Past Duke Into the Elite 8

March 25, 2011

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In a game where everything had to necessarily go well for the Wildcats to earn the “W,” it did. The Arizona Wildcats destroyed the defending national champions, the Duke Blue Devils. If it hasn’t happened before now, which I assume it hasn’t given that his name was left off the four man Naismith Award list, […]